- Extra Credit Opportunity is Tonight:*Oct. 17: ‘The Election of 1912 and its Contemporary Significance’ Public Forum: Join the College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Humanities Texas for an evening of discussion about the election of 1912 as well as its parallels to subsequent elections and its relevance today. The free public forum will be held from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 17, in the University Center, Lone Star Ballroom. Participating TAMU-CC scholars include Dr. David Blanke, Dr. Jen Brown, and Dr. Anthony Quiroz. Nick Jimenez, editorial page editor emeritus for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, will serve as moderator.
- Hold on to your Source Review
5 Minute Reflection
In Section 4.5 of Naming what We Know, Peggy O'Neil points out that "it is essential for writers to learn to assess texts written by others as well as their own work--both the processes that used to create the texts and products that result" (67).
Step 1 -- Analyzing Your Writing Process for the Source Review
- Think for a moment about the process you used to create your source review. What steps did you take to create your Source Review? Please list and number them in order. Basically, provide a recipe for how you created this source review.
- Once you have completed your recipe for the process you used, work with a partner, and share your reflections. This should give you some insight on a different approach. What did you notice about your partner's process. Write this down in your reflection.
Step 2 -- Analyzing Your Products
Read over your Source Review and evaluate it. Does it meet the assignment criteria?
- Sample Research Proposal Everyone needs to do some revision work on his/her proposal. Use the the sample here as a mentor text to spark thinking about how you can revise your own document. DO NOT COPY WORDS OR IDEAS FROM THE SAMPLE. RATHER, USE THE DOCUMENT TO SPARK THINKING!
- Research Resources for Learning Community E
- Starting on your Source Reviews: !!Source Reviews
Looking Ahead to Turning in Your Research Project: Due on October 21st
Remember that you need to turn in the following key documents for Writing Project 2:
- Research Proposal 1st Draft and Revised Draft (Turn in both hard copy on Friday)
- Research Log and Source Reviews (Turn in Blackboard on Friday by midnight)
- Research Reflection (Turn in on Monday hard copy)
Read "Assessment Is An Essential Component of Learning To Write" by Peggy O'Neill, which starts on p. 66.
0399 for This Week!